Nice set of three Hindenburg Zeppelin unused and in excellent condition. Excellent shots of the airship before it got its lettering. Very nice set.
This is a standard-sized unsent chrome postcard of the Republican presidential ticket in 1960. Kennedy & Johnson won that year - these guys did not. Photo by Bachrach, the card by Transchrome, 25 East 19th Street, New York 3, NY. The edges are firm, there are no tears or creases, but there is some slight curling at the upper left corner.
Antique English postcard of a sailor boy and his dog jumping over a stick that dates to the 1880's. The front says Many happy returns of the day. It measures 4" x 3". There is some writing on the back.
Antique British postcard of dogs and puppies that dates to 1888. The front says Wishing you a very happy Christmas. It measures 2.5" x 3.5". There is some writing on the back.
Nice British postcard of 2 dogs fighting over a bone that dates to the 1880's. It measures 5" x 4". Some tattered edges, writing on back.
JOHN WINSCH NOVELTY CHRISTMAS POSTCARD WITH SMALL BOOKLET ATTACHED. 1911. Printed in Germany in full colors and gilt. The card features a DIE CUT booklet attached to the front of the card with a pink silk ribbon. Inscribed in pencil on the back but not postally used - otherwise in mint condition with no inscriptions inside the booklet.
AN EMBOSSED CHRISTMAS POSTCARD. T.C.Co., Chicago. C. 1910. Silver background featuring a cupid holding a large goblet. Decorated with holly and four-leaf clovers. Postally used.
A CHRISTMAS POSTCARD. Printed in Germany. NO.W.20. Circa 1910. A winter scene with a horseshoe. Holly border. In excellent UNUSED condition.
A BERTHA E.BLODGETT CHRISTMAS POSTCARD. 1911. Two girls with large bonnets and wearing ermine. Postally used. Signed with the artist's initials lower right.
A HUMOROUS MOUSE POSTCARD. Ullman Co., 1907. Depicts two mice - one is being pulled away from a mouse trap by the other. Captioned: "MY WIFE WON'T LET ME!" Signed by the artist, lower right - "L". In mint UNUSED condition.
A FINE EMBOSSED CHRISTMAS CARD, No, C-162. Inscribed on the back in ink and dated Dec.23rd,'15. It features an embossed figure of a lady wearing a stylish red dress. Gilt accents.
AN UNUSED CHRISTMAS POSTCARD. HOLLY. No. 4244. Captioned: Christmas Greetings. In very fine unused condition.
CHRISTMAS POSTCARD. Circa 1910. An UNUSED embossed card: BRIGHT BE YOUR CHRISTMAS. Depicts an inset windmill scene and a vase of holly and mistletoe. In mint condition.
CHRISTMAS POSTCARD. SANTA WITH TOYS. SERIES 1256. C. 1910. Captioned: CHRISTMAS JOYS. You might look for Santa Claus/ And never, never, find him/ But, oh, you'll surely find the toys/ He always leaves behind him. Postally unused.
A CLASSIC CHRISTMAS POSTCARD - HOLLY. Unknown maker marked on the obverse 2106. C. 1910. Captioned: "A Merry Christmas". Sprigs of holly against a gilt background. In very fine unused condition.
CHRISTMAS POSTCARD. COACH SCENE. Gibson Art Co. Circa 1910. A lovely winter coachscene. In MINT condition.
AN EMBOSSED CHRISTMAS POSTCARD. WOMAN IN SLED. C.1910. A winter scene with folks in period costume against a gilt background. Postally unused but with a light pencil inscription on reverse. Fine condition.
CHRISTMAS POSTCARD. RING-A-ROSEY. Bon Ton Art Co., 1912. The card depicts a winter scene with white-robed children dancing around a snowman. Gilt background. Postally used.